Taken from ESL Basics
- Write a story that is made up of 26 sentences, where each sentence begins with a different letter of the alphabet. The first sentence will start with “A”, the second sentence will start with “B”, and so on.
- Practice using the common suffix “-ion” by writing a paragraph that includes at least 15 words that end in “-ion”.
- Write a sentence that contains no nouns.
- Write a sentence that contains four nouns, three verbs, two adjectives, and one adverb.
- Write a sentence in which each word only has one vowel in it.
- Write a sentence that contains every letter of the alphabet at least once.
- Write the longest sentence that you can – without using the letter “e”.
- Write a paragraph about your most valued possession, using as many possessive pronouns as possible (my, mine, your, yours, his, her, hers, its, our, ours, their, and theirs).
- Write a dialogue between two people with as many questions as possible.
- Write down the lyrics of one of your favorite songs. Then use formal English formatting and language to transform those lyrics into a business letter.
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